Daniel Montez is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Communication. He received his B.A. in Communication from Arizona State University and M.A. in Mass Communication from Brigham Young University. His research interests focuses on political communication, including candidates' use of traditional and social media to establish image and frame messages, forms of incivility in political deliberation, and trolling. Prior to pursuing his Ph.D., Daniel worked as a business analyst for a San Francisco-based media intelligence platform, analyzing media trends and engagement for large enterprise clientele.
Political Communication, Incivility, Trolling, Media Effects, Remix Theory
- Master of Arts in Mass Communication from Brigham Young University
- Bachelor's of Arts in Communication from Arizona State University